Home Run Derby 2015: Time, TV, Bracket & MLB Betting Odds

Prince Fielder is a 2-time Home Run Derby champion (2009 & 2012). (Getty)

Prince Fielder is a 2-time Home Run Derby champion (2009 & 2012). (Getty)

Todd Frazier of the Cincinnati Reds isn’t the top seed in the Home Run Derby, but he’s oddsmakers’ choice to win the event in front of the hometown fans at Great American Ball Park.

Frazier has 7/2 odds as the second seed. Top-seeded Albert Pujols of the Angels has 5/1 odds. Prince Fielder, the 7 seed and Frazier’s first round opponent, is at 11/2.

The Home Run Derby gets cranking on Monday night at 8 p.m. Eastern. It will be televised by ESPN.

The rules are a bit different in 2015 as it features a bracket-style format with timed rounds.

Heading into the weekend, Pujols had 26 home runs, good for second in the majors behind Giancarlo Stanton (27). Frazier and Bryce Harper had 25 apiece.

Keep reading for all the important Home Run Derby details, including the bracket and betting odds:

The Basics


MLB All-Star Game Home Run Derby


Monday, July 12


Great American Ball Park — Cincinnati, Ohio


8 p.m. Eastern



Last Year’s Winner:

Yoenis Céspedes

Home Run Derby Bracket

The bracket was provided by MLB Communications on Twitter


Home Run Derby Odds

Odds provided by sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark.com

No. 1 Albert Pujols … 5/1
No. 2 Todd Frazier … 7/2
No. 3 Josh Donaldson … 7/1
No. 4 Joc Pederson … 7/1
No. 5 Manny Machado … 7/1
No. 6 Anthony Rizzo … 13/2
No. 7 Prince Fielder … 11/2
No. 8 Kris Bryant … 6/1

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